|This year's banner.|
I did not have a lot of goals going in. I set my par at 600 points. I beat that, but only with points for the bonus rounds. I did not paint the number of models that I had set out to do. On the other hand, I did get a lot of painting done, which was my real goal. At one point, in the first two weeks, I was actually in seventh place. My final finish was 32nd with 681 points.
|First Entry. Reaper Bones.|
My first entry was for the non-combatant bonus round. A Reaper Bones model of a bar wench. It's the first, and probably last time, that I painted eyes on a model. I was pleased with the free hand on her skirt.
|EIR Roman auxiliary infantry|
|The last of the Auxiliaries, for now.|
|Warlord Aux Cav. These guys are not great models.|
|Six more cavalry of the Equites I Thracum.|
|Rogers Rangers for charity.|
|Nazgul for my Harad army for Lord of the Rings.|
|One U.S. Rifle squad for the Normandy campaign.|
|Free hand division patch and rank.|
|The LT, Plt Sgt, Bazooka team and sniper.|
|Aragorn, not GW's finest work.|
|A Celt casualty marker.|
|CMG Mech for my 15mm Sci/Fi.|
|Boudicca's last moments.|
|Foundry French Franco-Prussian War lancer.|
All in all, a showing I'm proud of. I enjoyed the challenge and hope that Curt does it again next year. Thank you, again, to Curt for all of the hard work. I strongly encourage anyone who hasn't yet, to go to his site and just revel in the painted awesomeness on display. My efforts are, truly, third rate compared to some of the amazing stuff on offer there.